Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) is a Mexican holiday that celebrates the spirit and honors the memory of the friends and family members who have died. Marigold is the traditional flower used in the celebration of the Day of the Dead, as well as in the decoration of the Sugar Skulls, which are the most popular symbol of that day.

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If you plan to travel to Tunisia, make a half-day stop in the ceramic capital, Nabeul. Your eyes will be dancing around from the vibrant display of handmade color ceramics, glazed bowls, jugs, plates, tiles and all kinds of appealing pottery objects, spilling onto the streets and sidewalks and displayed in the town’s courtyard of shops.

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Welcome back to our series on art history! From the dreamy paintings of the Impressionist era, we now venture onward to the early-20th-century art movement of Cubism. Let’s see how history significantly affected the art of this time.

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